Solano County continues to be in the headlines after a resident tested positive for the first unknown-origin case of coronavirus and international travelers were quarantined in the county at Travis Air Force Base.
Local Nurse Dies Of CoronavirusJeffery Baumbach was a nurse at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Stockton.
Local Chef Helps Out SchoolsThe owner of Mulvaney's B&L helped hand out food Friday.
Grocery Crowd ControlMany stores are limiting how many customers are allowed in the store at once to ensure social distancing.
A Different Kind Of BattleThere’s a rush to get more medical equipment online as hospitals are expected to fill up fast.
No-Travel Order Issued In El Dorado CountyEl Dorado County wants people to stop traveling to South Lake Tahoe during the coronavirus pandemic, saying a swell of travelers into the area is depleting supplies and food.
Rancho Cordova Church Calls Media Reports InaccurateA Rancho Cordova church is firing back after health officials said it's members have defied the stay home order.
Sacramento-Area Hospital Beds AvailableLocal hospitals including UC Davis Medical Center says there are plenty of hospital beds available at this time.
New Face Mask RecommendationsThe CDC now recommends people wear non-medical face masks while in public.
Models: CA Is Flattening CurveA few weeks ago, the projected coronavirus death and hospitalization rates were grim, but experts say California is doing better than projected and coming in below the numbers medical experts predicted.
Nurse Dies Of CoronavirusA 57-year-old Jeffery Baumbauch, a nurse at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Stockton, died from coronavirus complications. His wife has also tested positive.
Teachers Making MasksTeachers in the Folsom Cordova School District are making 3D-printed masks for first responders.
UC Davis Researchers Speed Up Coronavirus TestingResearchers have developed a process to process 200 tests a day.
Coronavirus Unemployment Questions AnsweredCBS13 Investigative Reporter Julie Watts has been working from home to get them answers over the past couple of weeks and is sharing answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
California Working To Protect The HomelessAs the health crisis continues to unravel across the state, there’s a new program aimed at protecting California’s homeless and it’s already happening in Sacramento.
Evening Forecast - April 3, 2020Get ready for a wintery weekend.
Essenital Child CareNo school has left many families scrambling to figure out what to do with their kids, but places like preschools and other child care centers are filling the void when moms and dads still have to work during the coronavirus crisis.
State Legislature Likely Not Returning On April 13The only thing the legislature has to legally do this year is pass a budget.
Governor To Announce New Testing Protocols SaturdayThe governor said a lot of work still needs to be done to process all of the coronavirus tests.
Sleep Train Field HospitalThe California Governor's Office of Emergency Services officially announced plans for the Sacramento Kings' former home, the Sleep Train Arena, to be transformed into a surge hospital to provide critical medical care for coronavirus patients, and Gov. Gavin Newsom said that construction is set to begin on Friday.
Protecting The Homeless From The CoronavirusAs a health crisis continues to unravel across the state, there’s a new program aimed at protecting California’s homeless and it’s already happening in Sacramento.
Face Mask ConfusionThe CDC now recommends that you wear a mask when you leave the house.
Helping With Distance LearningAs more and more school districts make the decision to close for the school year, distance learning has become a priority.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg Talks About Push To House HomelessSteinberg is co-chair of California's homelessness task force.
Gov. Newsom Details Plan To Help Homeless Amid Coronavirus CrisisThe California governor announced that thousands of hotel and motel rooms had been identified for use by the homeless.